James A. Woods and Stephen L. Drymer are once again listed among the leading Canadian names in the Dispute Resolution: Arbitration in Canada section of the Chambers Global Guide 2022. James and Stephen earned the highest rankings among twenty practitioners in the country.
James A. Woods was named a Senior Statesperson for his role as a leading advisor. Chambers describes him as a “robust arbitrator and arbitration counsel with experience acting under ad hoc and ICC rules.”
Stephen L. Drymer received the highest recognition (Band 1). Chambers describes Stephen as “highly regarded for his expertise across both domestic and international arbitration under ad hoc and institutional rules.” It also highlights Stephen’s frequent participation as neutral or arbitration counsel in investor-state disputes.
Stephen is also recognized as one of the most sought-after arbitrators in Canada (Dispute resolution: Most in Demand Arbitrators in Canada - Band 2.
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